Mental health awareness month ended May 31st. Throughout the month, those in the United States and around the world struggle to answer the deep questions of life, especially questions relating to causes of pain and suffering. In his book Changed into His Likeness: A Biblical Theology of Personal Transformation, J. Gary Millar, the Principal of Queensland Theological College in Australia, seeks to drive nails into the coffin of this debate. Through the thorough study of the Scriptures, he traces the theme of transformation from Genesis to Revelation. I must say it was a delightful read. I was gripped from beginning to end and struggled to put it down. His biblical theology has enforced, more concretely, the necessity of union with Christ, the centrality of the Word, and belief in the gospel for true personal transformation. In a world where secular psychology is infiltrating the church's understanding of human problems and proposing temporary fixes as the solutions to those problems, he points faithfully to the sufficiency of Scripture for true transformation in Christ.